Top News Stories of 2005

December 2005
Casino Journal;Dec2005, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p6
Trade Publication
The article presents the top news stories related to the U.S. gaming industry for the year 2005, including the 100th anniversary celebration of Las Vegas, Nevada, the approval of the mergers of Harrah's/Caesars and MGM Mirage/Mandalay Bay, the approval of hand-held gaming device in Nevada and the world series of pokers.


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